To be incurred or not to be incurred? – NearlyLegal

Posted May 13th, 2013 in appeals, landlord & tenant, news, service charges by tracey

“Those with good memories will remember that a year or so ago the Upper Tribunal gave judgment in a case called Om Property Management Ltd v Burr (our note here) in which the issue was at what point in time does a cost became incurred for the purposes of s.20B, Landlord and Tenant Act 1985. It decided that costs became incurred on the presentation of an invoice or on payment. Mr Burr appealed against that decision and the Court of Appeal recently gave its judgment on the subject.”

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NearlyLegal, 10th May 2013